Attractive landscape thanks to concrete pavers near Lake Michigan

Originally completed in 1919, the 63rd Street Beach House is an exposed-aggregate concrete pavilion designed in the Classical Revival style, which takes full advantage of its Lake Michigan surroundings. Fully restored in 2000, the courtyards are now open-landscaped spaces with an interactive water feature.

LafargeHolcim's Type I cement helped make concrete pavers that enabled the architect to design the attractive walking areas in a variety of patterns and colors.